Is it normal to have white clumps of discharge come for you vagina? But, not have the symtoms of an std?


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Im 17. I have not gotten my period for the month of March. I do have a boyfriend that everytime we get a chance we fool around, but no intercourse. I have had this discharge with my vagina that is very unfamiliar to me, and im not sure if I should let my mom know. It's like white clumps. I still get the clear liquid, but I also get these white clumps come out of there too. Advertisments that I have read says it's an yeast infection, but I have nothing that would cause it. I don't have warts. It's not itchy. So, im a bit cluess right now. Any advice? I woudln't want to go to a clnic

12 Replies to “Is it normal to have white clumps of discharge come for you vagina? But, not have the symtoms of an std?”

  1. Ur fine. It's just grosse and annoying. If you had a yeast infection, it would itch alot and you would know that there was something going on down there, you are fine though, you are just having an excess amount. If it smells, you should get it checked but other than that, you shoudl be fine.

  2. as long as it doent smell fishy…or sweet it is normal…YEST INFECTING ITCH UNCONTROLLEBLY AND A BUNCH OF DISCHARGE COME OUT…….make sure ur bf washes his hands b4 he touchs u….dont want to get an infection

  3. It could be a yeast infection, but it could just be natural discharge. It's hard to tell. Your best bet is to get examined by your gyno. I highly doubt its an STD, but to be sure, it's best to be checked out. If it's a yeast infection or other infection, your doctor can prescribe you meds to take care of it.

  4. If it looks somewhat like cottage cheese, then it's yeast infection. My friend had it because of this medication she took that was prescribed by the doctor. When she stopped taking it, it the yeast infection went away. Eat plain yogurt to make it go away faster than the ones with fruits and stuff.

  5. Nope that is completely normal.
    When semi-clear discharge sits on your underwear for too long it may clump up due to rubbing of your vagina and underwear. Having discharges is a good thing (vagina's way of cleaning it's inner area) as long as you dont feel any pain.

  6. from med school it is said to be normal. its nothing more than back up from many natural things that go on. nothing to worry about. also woman just as men tend to get wet easier when no intercourse. not all the time will it discharge making it back up then going out in that way.

  7. it could be a yeast infection or you could be ovulating…you need to go to the doctor just to make sure..if it is a yeast infection you don't want it to get worse..there is no hell like a yi, tell your mom it's not a big deal these things happen no need to panic

  8. Just makes sure he washes his hands if he put his hands down your pants that could be alot of it. Sometimes you get discharge because it is trying to push the bad bacteria out so just keep clean and wear cotton underwear (not thongs for awhile) so it can get air.

  9. Your vagina will have different discharges, normally throughout different stages of ovulation. Sometimes it's more clear and mucusy, other times more thick and white. If it has a foul odor, or starts to itch, or burn, or has color to it, you need to have it checked out by a GYN doctor..

  10. dear u need a test quick. stds don't always have signs. syphilis is symptomless practically til the end stages where u go blind, then insane, then death occurs. gonorrhoea is the same way. and yeast is clumpy. u need something now! don't mess with your health, u can become sterile with allowing it to go on, or worse you can actually get cancer from something called chlamydia. get your man tested too. if u have it he does as well, pretty much, no ifs ands or buts about it. when u share fluids, u share everyone they slept with too.

  11. You don't have to have an STD to get a yeast infection. As for not having anything to cause it, as you put it, sorry to inform you sweetie, but yes you do. It called being female. A yeast infection is caused by a shift in the PH of your vagina, causing the rapid overgrowth of the naturally occuring yeast that exists there. Nothing you can do about that, we all have yeast, both men and women. You say there is no itching though, so that leads me to think that it is something else. You say that you do have a boyfriend, and that you "fool around." If youre still having a normal vaginal discharge, clear and not unusual, just these white clumps as you described, then all that is is the semen from "fooling around" falling back out. If it is not used, then whatever doesnt get naturally absorbed is flushed back out of your system to prevent infections. Nothing to worry about.
    Though, not to freak you out or anything, from personal experience, while pregnant with my children, it was much more noticeable, as "the path is blocked, the road is closed" and since it cannot go any further in than the vagina, it comes right back out, the body won't retain a single drop. You may want to look into it, just to be sure, buy a pregnancy test, and if it is negative, you may wish to look into birth control methods, as you don't sound like you are ready for such a thing, obviously never having had a yeast infection before, you are not that familliar with all the "fun stuff" we women must deal with when it comes to our body functions. And yeast infections don't always itch, and you dont' have to have warts to have a yeast infection. Also, "fooling around" can lead to orgasm, which in some women can cause a white discharge (yes, we have an ejaculatory fluid too, the men dont' have that completely cornered, LOL).

  12. Yeast is not an STDs. You can get it at any time. It will make you itch – a LOT.

    Once you start puberty a white and/or clear, non-foul smelling discharge (mucous) is normal. The vagina is self-cleaning. You will also have your own 'scent' (musky) and it will smell stronger to you than to others. This same discharge increases the closer you get to ovulation and when you are sexually aroused. Trust me, you don't ever want it to go away..
    Also, if you are having sex without a condom, some of his ejaculation is running out of you. It has to come out the same way it went in.

    Different Types of Discharge:

    White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.

    Clear and stretchy: This is "fertile" mucous and means you are ovulating.

    Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising.

    Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.

    Brown: May happen right after periods, and is just "cleaning out" your vagina. Old blood looks brown.

    Different types of infections:

    Signs of yeast infections:
    White, cottage cheese-like discharge
    Swelling and pain around the vulva
    Intense itching

    Signs of bacterial vaginosis:
    A white, gray or yellowish vaginal discharge
    A fishy odor that is strongest after sex or after washing with soap
    Itching or burning
    Slight redness and swelling of the vagina or vulva

    Signs of trichomoniasis
    A watery, yellowish or greenish bubbly discharge
    An unpleasant odor
    Pain and itching when urinating
    Most apparent after your period

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